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By Sean Jackson
On October 6, 2016, Justice Roy granted Camso's motion to stay the re-examination of Camso's 562 Patent until final judgment is rendered in an action in which the validity of the 562 Patent is being challenged ...
By Scott Beeser
On June 30, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada released its judgment in AstraZeneca v. Apotex, a case dealing with the utility requirements under the Canadian Patent Act.
By Scott Beeser
In Google v. Equustek, the Supreme Court of Canada today upheld a worldwide interlocutory injunction requiring Google to delist certain webpages from its search results.
By Jonathan Giraldi
In Mostar Directional Technologies Inc. v. Drill-Tek Corporation and Drill-Tek MWD Services Ltd., Mostar claimed patent infringement and inducement.
By Devin Doyle
Back in 2014, the Federal Court issued its judgment in Teva's section 8 damages action in relation to the drug venlafaxine.
By Sean Jackson
Sections 41.25 and 41.26 of the Copyright Act allow copyright owners to send notices of infringed copyright to ISPs, such as Rogers.
By Devin Doyle
The Federal Court recently issued its decision in Eli Lilly Canada Inc. v. Teva Canada Limited, 2017 FC 88, Teva's action for damages under section 8 of the PMNOC Regulations in relation..
By Devin Doyle
Unwired Planet International v. Huawei, [2017] EWHC 711 is a UK case regarding the FRAND royalty rates applicable to patents that are deemed "essential."
By Devin Doyle
Apotex filed a submission with Health Canada in 1988 for approval to sell a generic version of the drug trazadone.
By Scott Beeser
The decision significantly clarifies many aspects of the law of obviousness after the Supreme Court of Canada's seminal 2008 decision in Plavix 1
By Scott Beeser
On April 11, 2017 the Federal Court of Appeal released its decision in BMS' appeal of a Judgment dismissing a prohibition application relating the drug atazanavir and Canadian Patent No. 2,317,736.
By Lilly Sormaz
On March 1, 2017, Justice Campbell released his Judgment and Reasons in Nintendo v. Go Cyber Shopping. Nintendo was wholly successful in its claim against GCS for technological protection measures and copyright infringement pursuant to the Copyright Act.
By Abbas Kassam
AAAI is an architecture firm that developed plans for a building project called "Murray's Walk" for MWDL.
By Aleem Abdulla
In Airbus Helicopters v Bell Helicopter Textron, Justice Martineau of the Federal Court ordered Bell to pay $1.5 million in damages to Airbus for its infringement of Canadian Patent No. 2,207,787.
By Aleem Abdulla
In Nova Chemicals v. The Dow Chemical Company et al., the Federal Court of Appeal dismissed Nova's appeal of the order requiring it to pay $6.5 million in costs to Dow.